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Valencia 2011/12 Away kit XL

Valencia 2011/12 Away kit XL

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Condition: ★★★★☆ 

This fanela is in great condition. The club's emblem features a bat, and Valencia is often referred to as "Los Murciélagos," meaning "The Bats" in Spanish. Legend has it that bats are considered good luck in the city. Manufactured by Italian brand Joma it also features a retro La Liga patch. The size is XL.

Valencia reached the UEFA Champions League final in two consecutive seasons (1999/2000 and 2000/2001), narrowly losing to Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, respectively.

Here are some key points about Valencia's performance in that season:

  1. La Liga: Valencia finished the La Liga season in third place. They secured a spot in the UEFA Champions League for the following season by finishing in the top four.

  2. UEFA Champions League: Valencia participated in the UEFA Champions League end finished third in their group dropping down to Europa League. Their group included Barcelona, Bayern Leverkusen and Genk.

  3. UEFA Europa League: They reached the Semi Finals where they lost to Atletico Madrid.

  4. Copa del Rey: In the Copa del Rey (Spanish domestic cup), Valencia reached the semi-finals but were knocked out by Barcelona. Barcelona went on to win the competition that season.

  5. Top Scorers: Roberto Soldado was one of the top scorers for Valencia during the season, contributing significantly to the team's goals.

Here are some of the standout players from that season:

  1. Roberto Soldado:

    • The Spanish striker was a prolific goal-scorer for Valencia during the 2011/2012 season, finishing as one of the team's top scorers.
  2. Jordi Alba:

    • The left-back, Jordi Alba, had an impressive season with Valencia before making a high-profile move to Barcelona in the summer of 2012. He was known for his attacking contributions from the defensive position.
  3. Dani Parejo:

    • The midfielder played a crucial role in the team's midfield, contributing both defensively and offensively. His passing and vision were important for Valencia's build-up play.
  4. Adil Rami:

    • The French central defender was a key figure in Valencia's defense during the 2011/2012 season, providing solidity at the back.
  5. David Albelda:

    • The experienced midfielder, David Albelda, continued to be a reliable presence in Valencia's midfield, offering stability and leadership.
  6. Diego Alves:

    • The Brazilian goalkeeper was the first-choice keeper for Valencia, making important saves and contributing to the team's defensive efforts.
  7. Pablo Piatti:

    • The Argentine forward/winger contributed with goals and assists during the season, adding an attacking dimension to the team.
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